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'Darkness the Color of Snow,' a Conversation With Thomas Cobb
Author, "The Lovers' Tango"
Darkness The Color of Snow
begins one icy cold night, when rookie police officer Ronald Forbert pulls over an old high school chum for speeding. The car is filled with drunken friends, and when Forbert attempts to arrest the driver for DUI, a freakish accident leads to the driver's death.
'The Golem of Hollywood' A Talk With Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman
Author, "The Lovers' Tango"
Jonathan and Jesse have co-authored
The Golem of Hollywood
, a crime novel with elements of myth and the supernatural.
And the Last Shall Be First
The PEN Ten with Mark Binelli
PEN American Center
PEN America stands at the intersection of literature and human...
I think writing didn't so much "inform" as "justify" my sense of identity, allowing me to freely indulge in certain antisocial tendencies (introversion, voyeurism, possibly unhealthy love of solitude) already present.
Everything Has a Name (or, How Gardening Made Me a Better Writer)
Recently I read an anecdote about Nabokov: a student asked if he had any talent, and Nabokov pointed to the window and asked him to identify the tree outside. When the student came up blank, Nabokov dismissed him: "You'll never be a writer."
Rare Nabokov Story Found
Not Loving Like
Former diplomat; affiliated with Georgetown University
"Like" is not only America's number one verb, it's, like, its most humongous verbal tic in our, like, most, like, likeable land.
WATCH: Vladimir Nabokov Marvels Over Different “Lolita” Book Covers
Cure Baldness, Kill Literature?
Evgeni Nabokov Claimed Off Waivers By New York Islanders, Reportedly Not Happy
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WATCH: Nabokov Love Letters To Be Published This Weekend
Under The Influence
Nobel Prize Snubs In Literature
'Harry Potter,' 'The Giver,' 'Lolita,' 'Howl'
"Lolita," for instance, is now "Likable Rapists." It makes you think that perhaps these new titles are what censors out there
Playboy's Most Scandalous Fiction: Palahniuk, Nabokov, Heller ... Roald Dahl!
The Top 10 Most Expensive Rare Books Sold On AbeBooks This Month (PHOTOS)
The list reflects what is treasured in the rare book world and will typically feature some of literature's most famous names alongside obscure authors and titles.
Nabokov Marginalia: Author Graded New Yorker Stories, Gave A+ Only To Salinger And Himself
Nabokov vs. Hemingway, Byron vs. Keats, Bronte vs. Austen: The 50 Best Best Author vs. Author Disses Of All Time
Top 10 Unreliable Narrators
Vladimir Nabokov: Rare Photos Of The "Lolita" Author (PHOTOS)
Live in Rome for Two Years and Write in Italian!
Author of"Cloudland".' 'Clara's Heart'; editorial director of ...
The word on Jhumpa Lahiri was she had moved to Italy and, after a few years of immersing herself in the language, was going to write in Italian. Had I heard this news about one of my fellow, white American, middle-class novelists, I would've shrugged and said, "Knock yourself out."
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